Providers Clinical Support System – Medications for Alcohol Use Disorder

Providers Clinical Support System – Medications for Alcohol Use Disorder is a national project funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to provide free, comprehensive training, guidance, and mentoring on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of alcohol use disorder.

PCSS-MOUD Performance-in-Practice (PIP)

The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and PCSS-MOUD are excited to offer an updated 2022 Performance-In-Practice activity to help you and your practice treat opioid use disorder. The PIP has been revised to provide up-to-date information and guidance, and now offers an optional 25-question Self-Assessment Exam.

PCSS-MOUD Chronic Pain Core Curriculum

PCSS-MOUD clinical experts, led by Roger Chou, MD, FACP and Melissa Weimer, DO, MCR, FASAM, with Drs. Kevin Sevarino and Frances Levin, have developed a comprehensive core curriculum for healthcare providers in treating chronic pain and addressing concerns about opioid use disorder. The modules in this updated curriculum have been revised by Drs. Chou, Weimer and Sevarino from material released in 2017. The revision includes up-to-date content, including accommodations for shifts in language and terminology.

PCSS-MOUD SUD 101 Core Curriculum (2023)

PCSS-MOUD clinical experts Michelle Lofwall, MD, Larissa Mooney, MD, and Kenneth Morford, MD, who have extensive training and knowledge in addictions, led a team of multidisciplinary professionals in a substantial overhaul of the Substance Use Disorder 101 Core Curriculum for Healthcare Professionals. With the addition of two new module topics, the 23 modules in this 2023 curriculum provide an overview of evidence-based practices in the prevention, identification, and treatment of substance use disorders and co-occurring medical and psychiatric conditions for a variety of populations. Healthcare professionals who complete this curriculum should see an increase in their competence and confidence as they treat patients who are diagnosed with a substance use disorder.

PCSS-MOUD 8 Hour MOUD Training

With the passing of the MATE Act, all clinicians applying for their initial DEA registration or seeking renewal are required to complete 8 hours of accredited training in the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders (SUD).

This 8-hour MOUD course satisfies that requirement.  It is intended for practitioners with limited SUD training who seek an overview of foundational topics.

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